Is it really all that much to ask the courts to follow the law and the DA/US Attorney to prosecute violators of laws?
LAST REVISION -- July 26, 2017
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The Brooklyn Lyceum started out as the brainchild of the Boro of Brooklyn and architect Raymond Francis Almirall.

The Lyceum/Public Bath opened on January 1, 1910 sporting a large indoor pool and showers for hundreds of locals without hot plumbing (they were cold water flats).

More to come ...

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Why Does Hollywood Remain Out of Step With the Body-Positive Movement?
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Essential Phone Will Ship Next Week, Shortly After Breaking $1 Billion Valuation

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Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park graphic: what's built/what might be coming (post-dated pinned post)
Atlantic Yards down the memory hole: a brief summary in a new book on gentrification
Two books and some advice on "being a better gentrifier"
Given lack of walkable land in NY region, a new push for greater density outside NYC
From the latest Construction Update: median restoration on Atlantic Avenue opposite arena could begin Tuesday


A Stealth History Lesson in Baltimore
Service Provider Boots Hate Site Off the Internet
Se lesionaron en el trabajo. Y entonces fueron deportados.
They Got Hurt at Work. Then They Got Deported.
The Joe Arpaio I Knew

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New York Times

Trump Comments on Race Open Breach With C.E.O.s, Military and G.O.P.
News Analysis: Unlike His Predecessors, Trump Steps Back From a Moral Judgment
‘I’m Not Putting Anybody on a Moral Plane’
Charlottesville Violence Spurs New Resistance to Confederate Symbols
Black Voices on Turmoil in Charlottesville: ‘The World We Live In’

Chicago Reader

Reclaiming the Oreo, the Twinkie, and other iconic American desserts with BraveTart
Are there gay men who occasionally crave pussy?
Alexi Front’s Scorched Tundra metal festival covers even more ground in its second Chicago year
Duck and Cover Classroom, Top-Notch Tuesdays, and six more new stage shows
CHIRP sees the transmitter at the end of the tunnel